Copy Software AnyDVD is available again




A number of employees of the former business SlySoft has set up a new company: RedFox. The company continues to deliver software such as AnyDVD, which security on DVDs and Blu-rays can be circumvented.

The new website contains the old forum of SlySoft, including download links for the programs of the old company, such as AnyDVD and CloneDVD. Further, wearing the symbol of AnyDVD, a fox, now a black mask. The extension of the new website suggests that the successor SlySoft is registered in Belize in Central America. A large part of SlySofts activities now therefore goes under a new company name.

There is also an update for AnyDVD. It is designated as an intermediate solution so old customers can continue to use their existing AnyDVD license. The new version works with the new RedFox Online Protection Database, but will still benefit from the SlySoft directories and such. AnyDVD is widely used to make copies of DVDs and Blu-rays, and can also destroy the DRM of the discs.

Late last month of the SlySoft website was taken offline. This was probably due to licensing administrator AACS LA had urged the US government to Antigua, the island where SlySoft was established, adding to a national checklist. The site closed shortly after it became known its doors and showed a report which stated that SlySoft had to stop its activities because of recent regulatory requirements. The AACS LA has not responded to the reintroduction of the software.


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